How Do You Change Hair Color From Orange?
An at-home hair bleaching job will often leave a woman who has naturally brown hair with bright orange hair. Orange is the most basic color that is often found in brown hair after the other pigment has been stripped away. Thankfully, if orange is not the color you were going for, there is a solution and it doesn’t necessarily involve going to the salon. Using complimentary colors can neutralize the brassy color that you may have gotten from bleaching your hair or attempting to dye it blond. Go to a beauty supply store that sells hair bleaching supplies and purchase a blue-based toner. Read the directions carefully that came with the toner and apply it to your hair. Leave it on for about 30 to 45 minutes, or whatever it says on the instructions, and rinse it out. Wash your hair on a regular basis with a blue-based shampoo and treat it with a blue-based conditioner to prevent brassiness from coming back. Wash your hair with a demineralizing shampoo to wash out brassiness caused from iron